Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 27, 1969 · Page 7
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GREELEY TRIBUNE As Boyle Sees It NEW YORK (AP) - Tilings a columnist might never know if ly. he didn't open his mail: 'Despite the rise in production abroad, half of the world's pas- if stinger cars are in the United States, and about 33 per cent' of the households in this country riow have two or more cars. ; ; Worrying over how to pay for them--seven, out of 10 new cars ire bought'on-credit--may help explain^ why. ^ttiericans, gulp a thousand aspirin' pills every sec- By HAL BOYLE ond, or 60 million pounds year Many people believe dia mpnds won't burn, but they wil if the fir* is hot enough. The} are affected by temperature per cent of ranging above 1400 degree. Fahrenheit. Skiing' is fun. but it also hai. become a health hazard. An es tiinated 50,000 skiers will be in jiired participating in the spor this winter, and 80 per cent o them will, be under 22 years o INSULATE May We Serve You? age. Of the injured, 76 percent will be inexperienced, so-called "weekend wonder" skiers. If you want to kill tinie, you might try counting how many times your watch ticks in 24 hours. You should get a total of 432,000, give or lake a few itcks. Quotable notables: "Don't be afraid to enjoy the stress of a full life.,. . Man should not try to avoid stress any more than he would shun food, love, or exercise."--Dr.' Hans Selye. Getting along with people is the major problem in business. It has been estimated that the average industrial manager now spends 80 per cent of his time on employe relations,, only 20 per cent on production problems. It may be debatable whether life is getting better for older people, but a larger fraction of the population is reaching old age. Fifty years ago only five per cent of the American people were over 65; today 10 per cent are. Worth remembering:. "The years are beginning to add up if it takes you longer to rest than it did to get tired." Toiling Tillies: Office work is still the No. 1 type of employment outside the home, for American women. The U.S. laboring force now includes 10.2 million women employed as secretaries, stenographer, and clerical workers. Bars should.put out bowls of vitamins- or vitamin-enriched snacks instead of peanuts or popcorn, in the opinion of a University of California researcher. "There is no doubt," says Dr. Pierre M. Dreyfuss, "that some of the neurological symptoms of alcoholism :.. can easily by prevented or reversed by giving State vitamins." It :was E. W. Howe who observed, "Many a man is saved from being a thief by finding everything locked up." lt'» too sporty for most people . . . but maybe you'll like it BEETHAM AUTO SALES 1219 8th Ave. 353-3437 MISTER BREGER ITurris in License ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (AP) -- Frank Viers has retired with unblemished record "He was unhappy working here until I gave him the DISALLOWED' stamp . . U.S. V Soviets Reportedly In Arms Race Halt Talks completing 51 years on the high- ways. The 83-year-old Viers who has never had an accident has turned in his driver's license. He says he feels he is no longer after capable of being a responsible driver. The Roman naturalist Pliny -. and Elder believed (hat earthquakes were protests from. Mother Earth against wicked; miners who stole her gold and : silver. ·; Frigidaire Clothes Dryer with 2-Position Fabrics Selector and a budget price! By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States and the Soviet Union reportedly have resumed active discussion of plans for opening talks on halting the nuclear arms race. Some diplomatic informants said it now seems possible long delayed U.S.-Soviet conference could get under way in a month or so. Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin met with Secretary of William P. Rogers at the State Department Wednesday. The session was followed by reports that Dobrynin had brought fresh word from Moscow bearing on the arms talks. A State Department spokesman would say only that he had "not been briefed" about the Rogers-Dobrynin meeting. Other informants said privately that the issue is under discussion. The purpose of the talks would be to try to halt the nuclear arms race by freezing :esting or deployment of advanced types of nuclear ons, particularly antiballistic missiles and missiles carrying independent multiple warheads --MIRV. The MIRVs are considered the most sophisticated strategic weapons now in an advanced state of development.. A proposal that President Nixon order a six-month moratorium on MIRV testing in an ef- fort to stimulate a U.S.-Soviet control agreement was made earlier this week by. Sen. Ed mund S. Muskie, Maine Democrat. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew charged Wednesday Muskie wanted the President to "play Russian roulette with U.S. secu- the rily." In the latest phase of efforts to get the two-power talks started, the Nixon administration has waited for months for a reply from Moscow \o a proposal Nixon made last June. At that time the President told Dobrynin the United Slates would be ready to go to the table in the first half of August in either Vienna or Geneva. Prior to the Rogers-Dobrynin meeting Wednesday, the only Russian response was an assurance given Rogers by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko in New York a month ago that Moscow would deliver an answer "soon." He said it would concern a date and place for the talks. Rogers regarded that as a fa- W ,?*P~ vorable indication. Minor Welsh Port MILFORD HAVEN, Wales In 16 years Milford Haven has grown from a minor naval base to one of Europe's major ports capable of accommodating tankers up to 200,000 tons. Half of Britain's total oil-refining capacity is in South Wales. MARK OF EXCELLENCE · Durable Press Care. 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